Do you know how many referrals that you need in order to grow your business via word of mouth marketing this year?
The exact number? 

Many people feel that referrals are great; they happen when they happen, right?

Through the Referral Institute, I learned that I can CONTROL the amount and frequency that referrals come to me!
I am inventing my future!

Now, there are many things that make this happen; the Certified Networker Program is a 12 module course on building your business by referral, and I highly recommend you sign up for a series if you are lucky enough to have it in your area…
In the meantime, I want to share with you a tool which will calculate for you your Referral Pipeline.
Visit the Referral Pipeline, create an account (your information is safe), enter a couple numbers and PRESTO! you will have some calculations and you will end up with how many referrals YOU NEED to hit your word of mouth marketing goals this year.

Once you have the number of referrals you need, I also recommend taking things one step forward to figure out your giving plan. Take your ratio of referrals given/referrals received – and you can take the number of referrals you need, do the math, and come up with the number of referrals you need to GIVE each week – then you can invent the future you want!

What are you going to do to INVENT YOUR FUTURE????

About Tiffanie Kellog

Tiffanie loves to help people make more money while saving time, so they can hopefully have more fun!

One response »

  1. lisakjordan says:

    Great tool! I was able to use it to figure out exactly how many referrals I need each week from my networking and other sources to reach my goals.

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